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The Components of Effective Knowledge Management

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1. A description of how the knowledge management strategy used in this case led to innovation and, ultimately, to competitive advantage.

2. A discussion of why knowledge management and the leveraging of organizational capabilities are important tools for integrating systems, processes, and leadership practices that promote the creation of a culture of innovation.

Source: Case Study: A Case Study on the Implementation of A Knowledge Management Strategy Oriented to Innovation by Francisco J. Forcadell and Fa┬┤tima Guadamilla

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One of the key means by which the knowledge management strategy used in this case led to innovation and, ultimately, to competitive advantage, is through organizational wide experience transmission. This is an important component of the knowledge management strategy of the organization. In this case study, due to the fact that it provided a means by which the knowledge and experience gained by senior personnel within the organization was effectively passed down to younger generations of managers and staff within the organization. This created a situation where effective methodologies were maintained and passed down within the organization, while there was simultaneous continuous innovation, learning, and change taking place within the organization. This exponentially increased the innovative capabilities of the organization and ...

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This solution describes the components of effective knowledge management

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